Our Programs:

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Nurture Home

 

is our response to single women and mothers who are homeless, and most often victims of domestic violence. Nurture Home provides interventions to empower women to become self-sufficient combined with individualized support to improve the mental health of women and their children. Please contact us to inquire about how to offer assistance to the formerly homeless residents of our shelter and for any additional information in regards to referral of a homeless client or the Nurture Home Admission Policy. Learn more...

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Welcome Baby

 

supports parents of newborns. We provide informative childcare resources as well as information for parents on how to care for themselves emotionally. Critical information is provided regarding the medical condition of post-partum depression. Click here to utilize the free, anonymous, on-line depression screening tool. Contact us, if you have additional questions concerning how to become a volunteer for the progam, or click here to learn more...

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Operation Santa

 

provides social engagement and support through holiday celebrations in the Spring, Thanksgiving and an annual Christmas celebration. MHA enhances the lives of adults in our community who have a diagnosed mental illness through social interaction and providing basic hygiene items year round. For additional information on how to participate or donate to this years event, contact us. To learn additional information about the program click here, or on the adjacent photo.

 

 

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Education & Advocacy


programs that help individuals recognize the symptoms of mental illness. We have provided a list of the resources that we use to refer those in need of counseling services, diagnosis, support groups, etc.  MHAAC provides each of these resources and training opportunities at no cost as an effort to promote positive mental health for our community. If you or your agency  would be interested in scheduling a training/workshop, please contact us, or fill out the form located on the Education & Advocacy page, so that we may contact you to schedule a training session. Learn more...